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Ecoventura vs Titan Travel - Tour Companies Compared

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Rating Breakdown
Overall — 5
Value — 5.0
Guide — 5.0
Activities — 5.0
Lodging — 5.0
Transportation — 5.0
Meals — 5.0
Overall — 0
Value — 0.0
Guide — 0.0
Activities — 0.0
Lodging — 0.0
Transportation — 0.0
Meals — 0.0
Recent Reviews

Simply amazing!

5.0 August 2015
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
So much to see and learn and Ecoventura does it well!

Incredible experience!

5.0 August 2015
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
It's been more than three weeks and we're still aglow from the adventure (and we were there before Wolf Volcano erupted). So grateful to Martha, Orlando, Captain Peter, all the men named Luis, Chef Ricky, Cabin Boy Richard and the rest of the crew. We adore you all! I also have to mention that our fellow passengers were the perfect people to share this experience with.
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Tour Ecoventura Company Reviews

Good trip!

5.0 August 2015
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
Our trip exceeded our expectations. Quito and Otavalo turned out to be fascinating as well.

Tour Ecoventura Company Reviews

Tours 0 Trip 418 Trips
Average Trip Price Per Day $ 0 $ 246
Operator Type Small Ship & Expedition Cruise Line Mixed Land & Cruise
Size Local Specialist Global Operator
Trip Types
  • Group Tours
  • Small Ship & Expedition Cruises
  • River Cruises
  • Group Tours
  • Small Ship & Expedition Cruises
  • River Cruises
Service Level Luxury N/A
  • South America
  • Rivers & Seas
  • North America
  • Central America & Caribbean
  • South America
  • Australia & Pacific
  • Asia
  • Africa
  • Middle East & North Africa
  • Europe
Known For
  • Eco Travel
  • Scuba Diving
  • Adventure
  • 50+
  • 18 - 35
  • Train & Rail
Headquarters Guayaquil, Ecuador Salfords
Year Established N/A 1973
Solo Friendly N/A N/A
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      About Ecoventura

      Ecoventura  is all about cruising the Galapagos -- it doesn't just do the Galapagos along with lots of other cruises. Its three identical expedition motor yachts -- the M/Y Eric, Flamingo I and Letty -- were custom-designed for Galapagos cruising: While nearly 25 years old, you'd never know it because they're refurbished annually. You'll find lots of teak and brass fittings and the lounge area is very comfortable for pre-dinner socializing or reading a book at any time. There's also plenty of outdoor deck space. 

      With just ten (spacious) cabins, all facing outside and with private bathrooms, the ships each hold a maximum of  20 passengers. It's easy to get to know everyone on board if you want. 

      The key, though, is the thorough coverage of the Galapagos themselves. You'll take in up to eight islands on the seven-day trips, with chances to view most of the marine mammal, reptile and bird species that inhabit them, as well as research facilities. Besides hiking to view the animals, you'll have plenty of chances to swim, snorkel or scuba dive among sea turtles, sea lions, and tropical fish. 

      Guides are trained, local, and knowlegeable, and Ecoventura is dedicated to sound environmental stewardship of these fragile island habitats. 

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